Covid-19 virus have affected many sectors in the country. Some people are struggling to get basic needs such as food and shelter. Furthermore, many businesses have been affected since the first case of Covid-19 was confirmed in the country. Also the government introduced new directives to control the spreading of this deadly disease.
Residents in Tharaka Nithi have criticized the national senate's Whip Kang'ata Irungu after tabling a motion to impeach the County's senator Kithure Kindiki. The senator who is the current Deputy Speaker of the senate faces ouster for failing to attend Jubilee's Parliamentary group meeting called by President Kenyatta who is the party's leader. Tharaka Nithi Senator Kithure Kindiki and Elgeyo Marakwet's Kipchumba Morkomen in past presser. Kindiki is on the verge of losing his Deputy Speaker of the senate po
Kudos to the interest that politicians have shown to help plead for grievances of maize farmers. The agricultural production department was slowly falling apart. According to our sources yesterday, President Uhuru Kenyatta gave eight directives to enhance food security in Kenya. Elgeyo-Marakwet Senator, Kipchumba Morkomen has responded as to Uhuru's directive as follows: • He questioned the government's failure to warrant The National Cereals and Produce Board's(NCPB) mandate to buy maize from farmers. •
Former majority leader Hon Kipchumba Murkomen said the monday senate special meeting won't take place unless his counterparts who were arrested are set free Among those arrested are senator of Bomet county dr. Christopher lagat and Kakamega county Senator Dr. Malala The arrested senators belong to the group opposing the passing of the bill known as sharing bill The two were arrested yester-night from their homes by officers from DCI. Senator kipchumba Morkomen sayed this in an early tweet this morning See the
Senator Murkomen. Image | Courtesy The COVID-19 corruption Scandal has caused an online uproar as leaders are now engaging in words exchange without much being done. Two noticeable individuals are Senator Kipchumba Murkomen and the Suna East Constituency Member of Parliament, Junet Mohamed who have since engaged in a confrontation online. A few days ago, Murkomen told MP Junet that they will fry him dry and should come for lessons. Junet Mohamed. Image | Courtesy ''Shida yako uliingia hii kitu na Mwili yote
Junet Mohamed. Image | Courtesy The currently most talked about scandal, the COVID-19 corruption has now been personalized and politicized by our leaders as all they are doing is pointing fingers. One leader, the Suna East Constituency Member of Parliament, Junet Mohamed has been at the receiving end with al fingers pointed at him and attention shifted at him. Senator Murkomen. Image | Courtesy MP Junet with the Elgeiyo Marakwet Senator, Senator Kipchumba Murkomen, has been engaging in an online beef calling